Spring Season Snow Report.

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    Well well. Here we are in the third day of spring and we have recieved in the last few days 12 FEET of snow! Yep, you read that right, we have had 12 feet of snow in the last 5 days. And more is on the way. I wonder where all that snow is coming from. It is after all unseasonably warm here at 38 degress....oh wait a minute we're unseasonably cold here right now, 19 degrees cooler.

    I wonder why we're not all dead? According to all the doom and gloomers a rise of 3 degrees will cause the end of the world and yet here I am siting in a 19 degree swing from average and...well........ things are pretty normal.


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    It's 80 degrees here.
     
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    46 degrees and raining. One day so far in March in which it did not rain. Doesn't look like we will get another one.
     
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    Weatherman claims that we will see maybe a 70 degree day a week from now. Maybe even blue sky. I think that it is just a pigment of his imagination.
     
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    Note to self: Don't move to Nevada.
     
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    El Nini is gone and now our weather patterns are being effected by La Nina, hence all the moisture coming in from the West Coast.
    Also, weather patterns are different from changes in the climate.
     
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    Of course they are. Where did I say differently? Sadly those who are so religiously invested in the AGW fraud also seem unable to read.

    This was how I ended the missive...

    "I wonder why we're not all dead? According to all the doom and gloomers a rise of 3 degrees will cause the end of the world and yet here I am siting in a 19 degree swing from average and...well........ things are pretty normal"


    Please note the emphasis on normal.
     
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    Well, Walleyes, you surely are determined to prove yourself a continual dumbass.

    HAMweather Climate Center - Record Events for The Past Week - Continental US View

    Record Events for Thu Mar 17, 2011 through Wed Mar 23, 2011
    Total Records: 2698
    Rainfall: 656
    Snowfall: 231
    High Temperatures: 870
    Low Temperatures: 23
    Lowest Max Temperatures: 140
    Highest Min Temperatures: 778

    So you are one of 23 places in the US with record cold. In the meantime, there are 870 places with record hot temperatures for this period. Very strange for a strong La Nina. Shouldn't those numbers be reversed?

    Oh, that's right, all the scientists in the world are charalatans trying to fool ol' supersmart Walleyes.
     

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